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Tuesday, 01 November 2011 13:30

AMD rolls out new FirePro professional graphics card

Written by Slobodan Simic

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The FirePro V4900 with 480 stream processors


AMD has added yet another graphics card to its professional FirePro lineup, the entry-level V4900. Featuring a single slot design, dual-link DVI and two DisplayPort 1.2 outputs the new FirePro will be available in select Dell, Fujitsu and HP workstations and as a standalone product.

Spec wise, the new card features 480 stream processors, has 1GB of GDDR5 memory paired up with a 128-bit memory interface and supports up to six displays via DVI and two DisplayPort outputs, all thanks to Eyefinity tech. The new FirePro V9400 features support for DirectX 11, OpenGL and Shader Model 5.0 and has a maximum TDP of 75W.

As noted, the card will be available in select workstations but will also be sold as a standalone product with a $189 price tag.

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